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Urban Food Growing Trail #vegtourismcomestobristol

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The Urban Food Growing Trail was funded by these organisations.

Incredible Edible Bristol, Grow Bristol and Bee The Change collaborated during 2015 to create a series of gardens that lead from Temple Meads to Millennium Square.

There are now 14 gardens on the Urban Food Trail and we are excited to bring vegetable tourism to Bristol. With a new map now in circulation , illustrated by a team led by Dave Bain, including Hannah Bailey, Dawn Cooper and designer Chris Woodward, it is now possible to walk from Temple Meads to the centre of the city, following a trail of beautiful and productive gardens that are full of food for everyone to help themselves to when it is ready…..

If you would like a tour of the trail by our founder Sara Venn or one of the team, please email sara@ediblebristol.org.uk and we will organise that for you and your group.

 

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Bed 1 Temple Meads

8 Bed 2 Temple Meads

The Wicking Bed

100 Temple Street

Thomas Chatterton’s House

St Mary Redcliffe Church Fruit Garden

The Edible Park

Anchor Square Herb Bed (At Bristol)

Millennium Square (At Bristol)

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Read more about our work with Severnside and The Station Buffet project.

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